Broadway has seen bigger Easter baskets. The $14,903,933 cume fell short of the $16.06 million record set in 2001 and the $15.16 million from Easter week 2002.
ABC scored a rare ratings victory Sunday with its annual airing of "The Ten Commandments," while NBC also did pretty well with its Bob Hope special. Auds, though, gave a frigid reception to Susan…
The premiere of "Live Girls" by Victoria Stewart, performance artist Anna Deavere Smith's one-time assistant, and the New England premiere of Billy Aronson's "The Art Room," based on a neglected…
Theater, film and opera will be added to the 14th annual Bard Music Festival at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y., to create the inaugural season of Bard Summerscape, July 23-Aug. 17.
A group of Japanese broadcasters received preliminary licenses from the government for the transmission of digital terrestrial signals starting in December.
A South African delegation comprising government, media and technology representatives will travel to India on Wednesday for a four-day visit aimed at strengthening ties between the film industries…
Golden Scene, which distributes overseas independent films in Hong Kong, is handling foreign sales for two local directors for the first time.
Shanghai Intl. Film Festival (SIFF) officials said Monday that there were no plans to cancel or delay the fest, due to be held June 7-15, as a result of the continuing panic about Severe Acute…
Oscar-nommed helmer Jan Hrebejk's "Pupendo" and "Cruel Joys" by Slovak legit director Juraj Nvota are the first two competition selections at the 38th Karlovy Vary festival, to be held July 4-12.
Slovak auteur Juraj Jakubisko gets a 65th birthday present in the form of a touring retrospective headed for 20 cities in the Czech and Slovak Republics.
Seattle-based pubcaster KCTS-TV is eliminating up to 35 jobs and cutting back on its national production slate. The size of the staff will be reduced by 25% by year-end and station CEO Burnill Clark…